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Boeing investigates quality problem on undelivered 787s, sources say

Boeing is investigating a new quality problem with its 787 Dreamliner after discovering that hundreds of fasteners have been incorrectly installed on the fuselages of some undelivered jets, two people familiar

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Why competition in the housing market is cooling off

More homeowners are listing their homes for sale, but properties are taking longer to sell as potential buyers face high prices and interest rates. New listings from home sellers jumped in May, up

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Stock splits are back in fashion. Here’s why, and which companies could be next.

Stock splits, long out of favor, are making a comeback. It started with Walmart, which announced a 3-for-1 stock split on Jan. 30, with the additional shares being distributed on Feb.

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Summer Fridays are on the decline — companies may be replacing them with work-from-home days

The share of workers who say they get Summer Fridays has dropped dramatically in recent years. Just 11% of North American workers say they have access to Summer Fridays, according

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Going camping off the grid is getting harder. But admit it: You don’t mind.

What makes a happy camper this summer? S’mores, sing-alongs and — lately — streaming. The pandemic nudged millions of people toward outdoorsy trips and experiences, and many are now hooked.

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Stellantis aims to correct ‘arrogant’ mistakes in U.S. market, CEO says

Stellantis is correcting what CEO Carlos Tavares described Thursday as “arrogant” mistakes by himself and the company in the automaker’s U.S. operations that led to sales declines, bloated inventories and investor

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Why companies are canceling summer Fridays

The share of workers who say they get summer Fridays has dropped dramatically in recent years. Just 11% of North American workers say they have access to summer Fridays, according

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Bad economic news has been good for stocks, but that could change this week

Bad economic news so far has been mostly positive for the stock market, as investors worry over whether the Federal Reserve will start cutting interest rates. There’s a danger, though,

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